In this video, Teton Pass Ambassadors Natalie Stimpson and Jay Pistono discuss their role as ambassadors as well as their love for the backcountry terrain and community that frequent this region of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. They explain how they work to keep the Teton Pass access areas clean and safe all while helping to educate others on how to keep the pass enjoyable and avalanche free for all.

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LATEST JACKSON HOLE TRAIL REPORT

  • Early Season Skiing is Here!
    Recreate Responsibly As winter begins, we take note of the importance for all of us to Recreate Responsibly, no matter where you go, or which mode of winter transport. Our JH Nordic Alliance partners, Bridger-Teton US Forest Service and Friends of Bridger-Teton  have captured the key measures to take to stay safe, have fun, respect wildlife and our public lands and wilderness: PLAN AHEAD– Parking at trailheads is limited and popular parking areas fill quickly; be flexible and… Read More